Europe

Dalmatian Yesterdays

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I can’t honestly say I would trade even a single tomorrow for all my yesterdays, as fondly as I remember them.

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Here’s How to Sail in Greece This Summer, for Free

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Want to sail in Greece this summer, but don’t want to pay for it? Read today’s post to win a free sailing trip in Greece, courtesy of Sail in Greece Adventures.

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30 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Finland

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Finland in autumn may very well go down as my favorite travel experience of all time, a bold statement I hope these photos corroborate.

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I Now Own a Piece of Finland – and I’m Headed There Today!

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The good news? Thanks to a company called Unelmaa, I own a piece of Finnish Lapland. The better news? I’m flying to Finland to spend a few days on it!

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The Great Lavender Schism

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I didn’t ever end up finding the rolling fields of lavender that had motivated me to visit the south of France – but I found something much better.

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10 Days in Romania

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10 days isn’t enough time to see all of Romania, but it does allow you to get a great overview of the Land of Dracula.

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Europe’s Cheapest Countries

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It’s still possible to enjoy cheap holidays in many European countries, giving you the opportunity to explore cities, nature and heritage without breaking the bank.

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25 Photos That Will Make You Want to Travel Europe by Train

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I couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate #eurobert than with photos that not only capture my rapidly-changing geography, but the people I met along the way and my state of mind and heart.

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